The Bonzai Pipelines, new water thrill slides at Hurricane Harbor opened to the public on Monday. The slides feature a unique launch capsule with a trap door and guests can experience an 80 degree vertical drop.
Six Flags' "Holiday in the Park" has been popular at amusement parks across the nation, and will debut at Magic Mountain on Nov. 28. "Holiday in the Park" will blow previous holiday celebrations "out of the water," according to a park spokeswoman.
Six Flags Magic Mountain opened for daily operation on Saturday, and guests will have the chance to ride Colossus and Batman The Ride backwards for a limited time only. Hurricane Harbor also has new thrills in store for Summer 2014.
Six Flags Magic Mountain will host a toy drive this weekend and next, offering free admission to any guest who brings a toy worth $20 or more. During the last 27 years, Magic Mountain has collected more than 500,000 toys for needy children.
Several decisions by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors affecting the Hart District, Acton water ratepayers and law enforcement at Six Flags Magic Mountain were on the agenda for Tuesday's board meeting.